Trung Ha, M.D. is dual board-certified in Interventional Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R). He earned his medical degree and then completed his residency in PM&R at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, where he was awarded Graduating Resident Teacher of the Year award. Afterward, he pursued his fellowship in ACGME-Accredited Anesthesia Interventional Pain Medicine at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2018, he was recognized with the Quality of Excellence Award from Texoma Medical Center in Denison, Texas.
Dr. Ha became intrigued with medicine after experiencing rehabilitation therapy for his third-degree burns and sports knee injury. His encounters with both the providers and patients create a desire to find new, innovative ways to help others who were suffering from similar pain. At his clinic, Dr. Ha formulates uniquely individualized, multidisciplinary treatment plans and uses advanced injection procedures to optimize patient care. He strives to help patients regain an active, healthy lifestyle with improved pain and increased function.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Ha enjoys spending time with his fiance Vivian, fishing, and mentoring students. He is the current President of the Vietnamese Health Professionals Association in Dallas, TX, and finds joy in building the next generation of medicine.
Shaawn Ali, D.O. CAQSM is dual board-certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. He earned his medical degree from William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He then completed his residency at Westchester General Hospital in Miami, Florida, where he served as Chief Resident. He was also the first-ever resident to win Employee of the Month for directing healthcare screening initiatives in the underserved Miami community. Afterward, he pursued his fellowship in Sports Medicine at Louisiana State University (LSU) Health Sciences Center in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Dr. Ali continued his passion for sports and education by serving as an Assistant Clinical Professor for the LSU Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program and as a Site Director at Lafayette General Orthopedics teaching fellows, residents and medical students. He also served as a proud team physician for the University of Louisiana (UL) Ragin’ Cajuns where he customized healthcare treatments for 500 Division 1 student-athletes in over 16 sports. He also served on the medical staff for NCAA Men’s NIT Basketball, NCAA Softball Regional Tournament, and Team USA Olympic Boxing. Dr. Ali is trained in treating acute/chronic musculoskeletal injuries with image-guided procedures via Ultrasound and Fluoroscopic guidance to improve safety, accuracy and outcomes. Dr. Ali performs traditional and regenerative methods of interventional procedures.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Ali is passionate about international travel, community outreach and humanitarian aid. He enjoys mentoring students and serving in underprivileged communities. He is a member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, American Osteopathic Association of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians, and presents at these conferences annually. Additionally, he is fluent in 6 languages: English, Urdu, Spanish and more. Dr. Ali’s mantra is to treat his patients as if they were his own family, and to deliver premier, personalized medical care focusing on the evolving human body wellness, fitness and lifestyle behavior.
Katelyn Greene, PA-C is a certified physician associate. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of North Texas and her Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas. She also holds a national board certification with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Katelyn became interested in medicine after suffering an ankle injury that prevented her from dancing. Specifically, she became fascinated with the body and how it was affected by musculoskeletal pain. During her recovery, the providers were more than happy to share their knowledge and love of medicine with her. Her experience inspired her to pursue a career in the medical field with hopes to share her love of medicine and inspire others as well.
Outside of medicine, Katelyn loves to dance. During her time in college, she was a member of the world-famous Kilgore College Rangerettes and is currently a proud alumna. In addition, she enjoys reading, spending time with her fiance Justin and their two cats, and mentoring students who are interested in pursuing a career as a physician associate.
Truc Nguyen, PA-C is a certified physician associate. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Texas in Austin and his Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree at Bethel University in Paris, Tennessee. He also holds a national board certification with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Truc’s desire to pursue a career in medicine developed when he was diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy, a condition that causes sudden weakness in the muscles on one side of the face. This led to his interest in the anatomy and physiology of the human body, which led to his goal of being in the healthcare field.
Outside of medicine, Truc enjoys fishing, eating new dishes, staying active and volunteering in his local community. In 2021, Truc volunteered at the IronMan, a race hosted by Saint Jude’s hospital to raise money. In addition, Truc is an involved member of the Vietnamese Health Professionals Association, always the first to volunteer for an event.